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election day, five days from the first debate. and governor romney still can't decide if he is for or against universal health care. how ar howard wolfson, how are moments like that still possible? >> well, because mitt romney's been running away from his record through the entirety of the campaign but every so often the muscle memory pops up. and it's probably something on some level that he is proud of. it's his single accomplishment as governor of massachusetts, something he worked very hard to do as governor of ma m. assachu and probably wished he could have spoke about it more in the context of the campaign but did not. it's difficult to run for office if you can't talk about your signal accomplishment in pub public life. >> this is the scene in "a few good men" where jack nicholson loses it you can't handle the truth, i had health care legislation, i liked it. it's a difficult position but i guess i'm surprised by the fact we know romney's ensconced in debate prep for the last couple of days, he has a big,ing about day next week and, yet he's still saying this stuff. >
advice for governor romney as he prepares for next week's dpee bait. she -- debate. she says -- but charles krauthammer in "the washington post" keeps it simple -- and then our favorite newt gingrich gave a big round of advice he says be assertive and be on offense against both obama and his media. and he continued, no president in my lifetime has been as vulnerable to humor as president obama. joan walsh -- >> the idea that this president has not been challenged in public, he was heckled by a reporter in the rose garden. he was heckled during a speech by joe wilson saying you lie. this is their wishful thinking and absolute -- >> effectively mocked, though. "saturday night live" only found somebody to play him. >> and i got to think -- did they read the "vanity fair" article. this is a guy dying to be in the -- this is a president who gets the most competitive folks to challenge him over and over again and unless you actually break his nose with your elbow he's going to bring you back again. he doesn't want deference. i suspect if romney tries to go large and go strong with
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